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Materialising the political in Thailand
Eli Elinoff

asserting their own agency, producing politics in their own right. Such a reading speaks to the way the political is an aesthetic field, what Jacques Rancière ( 1999 ) describes as ‘distribution of the sensible’. Here, what Bennett calls ‘Thing-Power’ evokes the limits of human capacities reflecting the ineffable character of political forces. Similarly, De Vries ( 2006 ) refers such god-like forces as the ‘absolute’ epistemological limits of human action (Bennett, 2010 : 3). In this sense, exploring the ways materials are used to challenge, affix, or trouble the

in Political theologies and development in Asia